Some damage pics from north of Burnettsville/southwest of Royal Center. These are courtesy of Amanda Lane. She explained that a path of damage extended through a woods & a soybean field where crops were flattened & swirled about.
She said, "we have a lot of cleaning up to do."
At the time of the damage, there was a nice low-level rotation signature on radar for a potentially a brief tornado. Also, core of 60 mph gusts appeared to be belching out of the storm to the south of the rotation, engulfing & choking out what may have been a brief tornado.
Here is a link to Demi Johnson's story on the Clinton County damage:
With clouds & some off & on sun today, a scattering of showers & t'showers will bubble up. Rainfall coverage will go from 25% this morning to a peak of 55% this afternoon-early evening.
It will turn breezy with southwest to west, then northwest winds increasing to 15-25 mph. Highs will run in the upper 70s to around 80 with still humid conditions. The dew points will drop tonight with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
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